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Sydney Opera House from the Harbour

Sydney Opera House from the Harbour

Camera Equipment I don’t talk about camera equipment too much here on the site. Because all cameras are so good nowadays, it doesn’t really matter any more. However, I do keep my Camera Equipment page
Sydney Opera House at Dusk

Sydney Opera House at Dusk

Upcoming Adventures Be sure to check our “Facebook Events” to see all the upcoming photo walks! We also have our Tour Page that shows all the places we’ll be visiting!
Dockless bike share: privacy and safety concerns voiced ahead of Sydney launch

Dockless bike share: privacy and safety concerns voiced ahead of Sydney launch

Reddy Go will start in Sydney in July, and Obike and the publicly funded Melbourne Bike Share are operating in Melbourne Cycling advocates and transport consultants have warned that Sydney’s first
Coal in decline: Adani in question and Australia out of step

Coal in decline: Adani in question and Australia out of step

Special report: India and China are shifting away from coal imports and coal-fired power while a mega-mine is planned for Queensland. Where does this leave coal in Australia?Coal in decline: an
Drivers in Sydney's east and west get most speeding fines in NSW

Drivers in Sydney's east and west get most speeding fines in NSW

NSW government raised $223m from speeding fines in 2015, with most fines coming from fixed speed camerasDrivers living in Sydney’s eastern and western suburbs were the worst offenders for speeding
Icac forced to lay off investigators as budget slashed by $800,000

Icac forced to lay off investigators as budget slashed by $800,000

NSW anti-corruption commission’s annual report shows it will receive $529,000 in 2016-17, down from $1.34m in 2015-16The New South Wales corruption watchdog will be forced to cut the number of
Sydney man arrested for swearing at police – video

Sydney man arrested for swearing at police – video

A Sydney man is fighting an offensive language conviction, arguing police shouldn't have stopped him in the first place. The arresting police officer told the man, who was walking along a road in
Former Nationals MP headhunts NSW water regulator board

Former Nationals MP headhunts NSW water regulator board

Labor says the NSW Natural Resources Access Regulator has been compromised by the choice of a former Nationals minister to recruit its boardA former National party minister is heading the search for
Complaints about NSW disability services at highest level in a decade

Complaints about NSW disability services at highest level in a decade

State accused of ‘clocking off’ ahead of transition to NDIS as ombudsman’s figures show reports of mistreatment, assault and neglect up by 14% in past year Reports of mistreatment, assault and neglect
New England byelection unique chance to leverage power, independent says

New England byelection unique chance to leverage power, independent says

Pete Mailler says looming election not a cakewalk for Nationals and voters have an opportunity to determine whether Coalition retains a working majority An independent from the north of New England
Boy, 8, and carer killed after running into traffic on M1 near Newcastle

Boy, 8, and carer killed after running into traffic on M1 near Newcastle

Police say truck unable to stop in time after boy, who was in the care of Family and Community Services, darted into trafficPolice believe an eight-year-old boy in state care and his 27-year-old
'The kids ran out screaming': neighbours tell of Sydney school crash horror

'The kids ran out screaming': neighbours tell of Sydney school crash horror

Two eight-year-old boys dead and three girls taken to hospital after car ploughs into Banksia Road primary school in GreenacreAngela Abi-Hanna was washing the dishes at her home in Greenacre on
Distraught students return to Sydney school day after fatal crash

Distraught students return to Sydney school day after fatal crash

Driver of SUV, Maha Al-Shennag, asks for forgiveness after two eight-year-old boys were killed when her car crashed into a classroomStudents at the Banksia Road primary school in Sydney have returned
Lynette Daley's family says DPP should resign over delay in justice

Lynette Daley's family says DPP should resign over delay in justice

Relatives describe years of ‘trauma and grief’ as victim statements read at sentencing hearing Lynette Daley’s family has called on New South Wales director of public prosecutions to resign for
Disabled man's death due to service provider's 'significant failings' – coroner

Disabled man's death due to service provider's 'significant failings' – coroner

Deputy coroner says David Veech’s death from accidental overdose in home run by Lifestyle Solutions was ‘preventable’ An intellectually disabled man who died from an accidental drug overdose while in
Australian greyhound owners fined over exports to cruel conditions in China

Australian greyhound owners fined over exports to cruel conditions in China

Three owners bought 166 dogs from NSW racetracks and sold them overseas, including to a Shanghai zoo which races the animals against cheetahsThree greyhound owners have been fined for exporting 166
Father of boy killed in Sydney school crash says he forgives driver

Father of boy killed in Sydney school crash says he forgives driver

In video shot during funeral procession father says he wants to share a meal with driver and sit down and talk to her A father whose eight-year-old boy was killed in the tragic Sydney school crash
More than 50% of those on secretive NSW police blacklist are Aboriginal

More than 50% of those on secretive NSW police blacklist are Aboriginal

Police commissioner concedes Suspect Target Management Plan has problems, but defends its objectivesMore than half the people on a secretive New South Wales police blacklist are Aboriginal, the
Finding Mungo Man: the moment Australia's story suddenly changed

Finding Mungo Man: the moment Australia's story suddenly changed

As the oldest known Indigenous remains are returned to country this week, the man who found them muses on the discoveryLate in his ninth decade and conscious the sands of his time may be too
Mungo Man headed for final resting place, four decades and 40,000 years on

Mungo Man headed for final resting place, four decades and 40,000 years on

Remains of the first known Australian handed back to traditional owners in sombre ceremony in CanberraAfter more than four decades in the custodianship of the Australian National University and later